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Maksim Lednev

Ph.D StudentNanophotonics Group
Work Module 5, Office 503, 5th floor Work Phone: +34 91 497 2391
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Biographical Info

  • 2018-2020: Master’s degree: “Laser Technique and Laser Technology”, department of Laser Physics, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow, Russia).
  • 2014-2018: Bachelor’s degree: “Nuclear physics and technologies”, department of Laser Physics, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow, Russia).

Honors and Awards

  • Winner of the All-Russian Student Olympiad “I am a Professional” in the specialty “Photonics” (2020).
  • Prizewinner of the All-Russian Student Olympiad “I am a Professional” in the specialty “Laser, plasma and radiation technologies” (2020).
  • Scholarship of the Government of the Russian Federation for students in educational programs in specialties corresponding to the priority areas of modernization and technological development of the Russian economy (2019).

Research Interests

  • Polaritonic Chemistry.
  • Quantum Optics.
  • Nanophotonics.

Relevant/Recent Publications

  1. Polariton-assisted manipulation of energy relaxation pathways: donor–acceptor role reversal in a tuneable microcavity, Dovzhenko D, Lednev M, Mochalov K, Vaskan I, Rakovich Y, Karaulov A, and Nabiev I, Chemical Science 12, 12794-12805 (2021). [URL]
  2. Strong exciton−photon coupling with colloidal quantum dots in a tunable microcavity, Dovzhenko D, Lednev M, Mochalov K, Vaskan I, Samokhvalov P, Rakovich Y and Nabiev I, Appl. Phys. Lett. 119, 011102 (2021). [URL]
  3. Enhancement of spontaneous emission of semiconductor quantum dots inside one-dimensional porous silicon photonic crystals, Dovzhenko D, Martynov I, Samokhvalov P, Osipov E, Lednev M, Chistyakov A, Karaulov A, and Nabiev I, Opt Express, 28(15):22705-22717, (2020). [URL]
  4. Numerical modeling of the spectral and spatial distribution of the electromagnetic modes in a tunable microcavity for investigation of the light-matter interaction, M A Lednev, D S Dovzhenko, Yu P Rakovich and I Nabiev., J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 1410 012160, (2019). [URL]
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